If you could not imagine the exterior of this most beautiful of models as something that has been made better then wait till you actually drove a 2020 BMW X7. Well as market forces demanded a powerful imposing machine that is just what BMW will be delivering with this high-end car. Residents of Pennsylvania you better watch out as leasing this BMW model will turn heads.
What Upgrades Has BMW Made In 2020 For The X7?
How Does The Engine Roar?
With a 3.0-liter turbocharged I6 engine making 335 horsepower in the base 740i, and a huge, turbocharged V12 with 600 horsepower at the top of the range in the M760i you know the engine will run at top-notch. It helps to get the all-wheel-drive luxury land machine to 60 miles per hour in an estimated 3.9 seconds.
With air suspension, rear-axle steering, optional adaptive anti-roll bars, and staggered 20-inch Bridgestone Potenza S001 tires do their best to keep things under control in the Sport mode. At its core, it’s a luxury cruiser that aims to be comfortable to drive and be driven in.
The automatic park assist function that adds to a new Back-Up Assist feature that can navigate the 7 Series out of parking spots will be a boon for regular drivers. The system remembers the driver’s inputs to get into space and will carry them out in reverse order. That is part of a feature menu that includes forward-collision warning with automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, lane-departure warning, rear cross-traffic alert, speed limit information, and a surround-view camera.
BMW’s iDrive 7 is housed in a responsive 10.2-inch touchscreen. Inside you find navigation system, a 16-speaker Bowers & Wilkins surround sound, a Wi-Fi hotspot, and Bluetooth connectivity. BMW’s Intelligent Personal Assistant artificial intelligence system is part of the 7 Series, too making this ride seem like one of the future.
Appearances Can Be Misleading
The huge kidney grille is 40 percent larger than before. The grille is surrounded by slimmer headlights housings, and beneath it, you’ll find a new bumper-bigger of course. With better lighting and a redesigned rear bumper, this car looks like it owns the road. From its spec it clearly does. You don’t need to own a BMW-you can lease a 7 Series and broker a great deal in Pensylvania.